Saturday, February 13, 2010

Monday's child is fair of face...

This famous folk poem isn't just for prophecies.
It makes for great titles too!

"Monday's child is fair of face"

Monday's Child by Mollie Hardwick - historical romance

Monday's Child by Linda Chaikin - Christian fiction

Monday's Child by Louise Bagshawe - chick lit

"Tuesday's child is full of grace"

Tuesday's Child by Louise Bagshawe - chick lit

"Wednesday's child is full of woe"

Wednesday's Child by Peter Robinson - mystery

Wednesday's Child by Gayle Wilson - romantic suspense

"Thursday's child has far to go"

Thursday's Child
by Sandra Brown - romance

Thursday's Child by Helen Forrester - historical romance

"Friday's child is loving and giving"

Friday's Girl
by Charlotte Bingham - historical fiction

(I admit this isn't exactly the right title, but the library no longer has a copy of Georgette Heyer's regency romance from 1944. We DO carry season 2 of Star Trek, if you demand accuracy.)

Saturday's child works hard for a living"

Saturday's Child - Ray Banks - noir fiction

"But the child who is born on the Sabbath Day Is bonny and blithe and good and gay"

Sunday's Children - Ingmar Bergman - translated from the original Swedish

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